The Cleveland Browns and Green Bay Packers each have the most selections, with 12 apiece.
Saquon Barkley is one of the top prospects in the draft, and he'd be thrilled if the Browns took him with the first or fourth pick.
The Cleveland Browns can have their franchise quarterback, running back, wide receiver, and defensive back all in one offseason. What it will take may be the Browns willing to part with one or two of their first-round picks in 2018.Show More Summary
Anyone following Joe Thomas on Twitter recently has seen his many, many overtures to possible free agent quarterbacks Kirk Cousins and Drew Brees. Based on recent history, no QB in their right mind is going to favor the Browns, so Thomas is playing the roles of economist, cheerleader, and even weatherman to get Cleveland a franchise […]
Joe Thomas is clearly done with the losing culture in Cleveland, but instead of leaving and chasing a ring, he’s decided to do whatever he can to bring top talent to the Browns. Since he’s been playing there, the best QB to come through Cleveland has been Derek Anderson and that is truly a shame. […]
Kirk Cousins will be one of the most sought-after free agents ever, and Browns left tackle Joe Thomas wants Cousins in Cleveland.
Browns left tackle Joe Thomas isn’t going to let Von Miller corner the market on quarterback-lobbying. Thomas put in his pitch to soon-to-be free agent quarterback Kirk Cousins, tweeting to him that Cleveland would be a lovely place to play some football, raise a family, and gain immortality. I hear Cleveland is nice this time [more]
Johnny Manziel will return to football next month, a little over two years after he was cut by the Cleveland Browns. Manziel has chosen the Spring League over the Canadian Football League and will report on March 28 for a season that ends April 15. The 25-year-old quarterback, who won the Heisman Trophy in 2012 […]
The former first-round pick would not return to Cleveland to play football even if they offered
Mohamed Massaquoi only lasted four years in the league after he was a second-round pick by the Cleveland Browns back in 2009. The former Cleveland Browns wide receiver recently revealed in a video for The Players Tribune that his left hand was amputated after an ATV accident last April. Massaquoi stated he took a turn way too sharply […]
This lucky winner will get his hands on my advance reading copy of Pierce Brown's Iron Gold! For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.The winner is:- Peter Wilson, from Cleveland, Ohio, USAMany thanks to all the participa...
There are a few bedrock truths in the world, things you can count on year after year. The Browns are bad at football, and market economies work. According to Pat McManamon of ESPN.com, the Browns average attendance last year was 63,883, the lowest since the team came back to Cleveland in 1999. In fact, to [more]
The Browns have brought Scot McCloughan into the organization as a personnel consultant and it stands to reason that part of his portfolio in Cleveland will deal with the draft. Before and after being fired as the General Manager in Washington, McCloughan was running a scouting service and spent a lot of time putting together [more]
One of the NFL's best scouts is heading to the Browns, where they are desperate for talent.
Meet the superfans of a struggling franchise in the National Football League.
Consider these contestants the Cleveland Browns of game shows... 'cause no one had a single clue how to score during the football category in "Jeopardy"... and it's the funniest thing you'll see all day. Check out the first contest...
Cleveland probably will draft a quarterback first or fourth overall, so signing a veteran to a big free-agent contract would be a challenge.
A trip to the Super Bowl seemed like a long shot for a player on a winless Cleveland Browns team. But Kenny Britt, a former Rams receiver, has a chance to win a championship ring after the New England Patriots signed him late in the season. “It’s been a whirlwind, to tell you the truth,” Britt...
A disappointment in Cleveland, Britt is now a spectator in New England
A self-imposed deadline by representatives of former Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel to reach a deal with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the CFL has come and gone without a contract coming together. According to Kevin Seifert of ESPN.com, Manziel remains unsigned despite a contract tendered to Manziel early in January. The contract preserves Manziel’s rights [more]